“Assassin’s Creed: Hall of Valor” PS5 version is 4K and 60 frames causing misunderstanding, Ubisoft explained

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Ubisoft’s new work “Assassin’s Creed: Hall of Valor” had previously written the description of Xbox Series X as “4K+60 frames” when it announced the performance of the work on the next-generation console, while PS5 wrote It is “4K and 60 frames”. This has caused a lot of misunderstandings among players.

Seeing such a description, players may feel that the PS5 version of “Assassin’s Creed: Hall of Valor” shows “4K” or “60 frames.” In this regard, Microsoft Xbox News also showed a superior statement: “Xbox Series X is the only One by one next-generation consoles that support 4K+60 frames “Assassin’s Creed: Hall of Valor” instead of 4K and 60 frames”.

Now, in order to eliminate players’ misunderstandings about games and consoles, Ubisoft has explained this matter. The PS5 version, like Xbox Series X, supports “4K+60 frames per second” and has been modified in the previously released announcement .

Naijatechnews.com is informed that “Assassin’s Creed: Hall of Valor” will be available on XboxOne, PS4, Stadia, and PC platforms (Uplay and Epic only) on November 10, 2020. After that, it will also be available on next-generation consoles.


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